Will: I kinda think it makes me look like an Abercrombie and Fitch model.
Grace: Maybe from when they founded the company.
The opening scene of this episode had to be re-written after Debra couldn't pronounce the words Abercrombie and Fitch.
Goof: The time line is slightly off in this episode, due to poor editing. On the same day that Will meets Stein and is offered the tickets for that night's company box at the opera, Grace and Jack find Karen in her limo and tell her they're going to stay until she gives in.
Soon after, Will is thanking Stein for the tickets and saying he had a great night in the box with the comfy seats. Yet in the next scene, Grace, Karen, Jack and Karen are bedding down for what is surely their first disastrous night sleeping in the limo.
When Grace and Jack are looking for Karen, Grace points to Karen's limo and identifies it by the 'red, green and yellow' mark where the limo once hit a clown, but in the shot of the limo the mark is clearly red, blue and yellow.
Continuity Goof: In the Season 1 episode, "Boo! Humbug", Will and Grace say how much they hate Halloween, calling it a pointless holiday. However, in this episode they say how they take a day off work for Halloween.
While Debra Messing is usually very good with her pratfalls, you can see she starts falling backwards even before she catches the pumpkin.
This episode marks the first time we see that Karen's trademark updo is actually a hair piece. Megan Mullally called it her "poof" and she kept it as a souvenir when the show ended. She has it on display in her home on a wig head.
The first appearance of Jacque's, the cafe that Jack made in front of his apartment.
Grace defends herself for missing Will's graduation saying "It was carrot cake, that's never a big deal!" Grace showed previous disdain for carrot cake in "Wedding Balls" in Season 4, when sampling wedding cakes.
Eric McCormack and Debra Messing both selected this episode as their tapes for Emmy consideration this season. Messing won, but McCormack lost to Tony Shalhoub.
Sean Hayes submitted this episode and "The Needle and The Omlette's Done" as his tapes for Emmy consideration this season. He lost to Brad Garrett.
Music: The song that Will & Kevin dance to is "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins, the title track from the film of the same title.
Kevin Bacon once starred in Queens Logic with Megan Mullally (Karen).
This is the first season premier not written by series creators David Kohan and Mak Mutchnick.
Goof: When Grace runs into the lamp post it bounces wildly. Considering the post is estimated to be 12 feet tall and 500 pounds, and Grace couldn't weigh much more than 100 pounds, this would be impossible.
Adam Barr wrote the first half of the episode with Kari Lizer providing the story, while Jeff Greenstein and Alex Herschlag wrote the second half with Jhoni Marchinko providing the story.
After Grace affirms Will's assertion that Sheila "is a whore's name," the nurse says that her name is Sheila. But in Season 2's "Seed of Discontent," the same nurse has the name "Sue" clearly emblazoned on her nametag.
This episode only features the main cast, who all interact with someone off-screen.
Goof: After the magic show when Jack and Karen are talking in the bathroom/dressing room, the towel around Jack's neck changes positions in between takes.
In an odd little props inconsistency, the painting (portrait of a man's face, resembled a young Ricky Ricardo) that had been to the left of Will and Grace's fireplace for 4 years is suddenly gone in this episode, replaced by a different (albeit similar) portait for the rest of the season.
The actor that plays Grace's client, Vince, is Barry Livingston--best known for playing Chip in the 60's tv show My Three Sons.
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